Posted by Catch of the day (126.96.36.199) on October 21, 2001 at 23:26:35:
The Israeli Wolf Blitzer of CNN every day, asks every guest he has "What about Iraq, don't you think Iraq is involved..."
More than half of his guests are Zionist Jews, when all Jews in the USA are less than 2% of the population.
This is one example how the Israeli lobby control the USA Media, and how it brain wash Americans, including the American politicians, and how they push them to start wars for the benefit of Israel, using American blood, to fight Israel wars.
Here is Wolf program today 10/21/01 inviting 2 guest to tell Americans what they should do about Iraq, even without any Iraqi guilt or involvement. The 2 guests are, The Godfather of the Zionist Mafia, and the Zionist most evil Witch, listen :
CNN LATE EDITION WITH WOLF BLITZER
Aired October 21, 2001 - 12:00 ET
BLITZER: Dr. Kissinger, as you know, the debate here in Washington over whether Iraq and Saddam Hussein should become a target of the U.S. military once again, that debate has been intense.
Senator Joe Lieberman was on Meet the Press earlier today. And he's been outspoken in saying that the United States eventually is going to have to go after Saddam Hussein once and for all. Listen to what Senator Lieberman said earlier today.
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SEN. JOSEPH LIEBERMAN (D), CONNECTICUT: There is some evidence to suggest that Saddam Hussein may have had contact with bin Laden and the Al Qaeda network, perhaps even involved in the September 11 attack. That raises my suspicions. But the more important point is, we know that Saddam would like to do us the worst kind of ill. We know that he has worked on chemical and biological weapons and, in fact, has used them against his own people and against the Iranians.
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BLITZER: Dr. Kissinger, where do you stand in this debate between those who say yes, include Iraq in the U.S. target list right now, or wait, perhaps, down the road?
KISSINGER: Let me make two points. In the second phase of this anti-terror war, we have to break the nexus between states and terrorist groups, wherever they are, whether that's Lebanon, Yemen or elsewhere.
Iraq is in a very special position, as Senator Lieberman pointed out, in that we know they have been producing biological and chemicals weapons.
We know they've been using chemical weapons against their own population, and we cannot wait until we see whether they might repeat the experience of the Twin Towers with biological weapons.
So I would have great sympathy for a policy that puts Iraq under total inspection and prevents the development. And if that requires military action, I would support it.
BLITZER: Dr. Albright, as you know, the inspections of Iraq ended during the Clinton administration, when you were secretary of state. And since then, the U.S. and the other members of the international community have not been able to find out what, if anything, Saddam Hussein is doing in these various aspects of weapons of mass destruction.
ALBRIGHT: Well, first of all, I wish that the first Bush administration had finished the job in the Gulf War, which is a lesson about what we're doing now, is to make sure that we actually complete what we begin.
It was very hard, in fact, to hold a coalition together during the sanctions aspect of this and to keep the inspectors there.
But you also have to remember that the U.S. has been and was taking military action against Saddam Hussein during the Clinton administration, in terms of making sure that we could continue to patrol the no-fly zones.
I have always believed that Saddam Hussein is part of a major evil aspect in the world, and we should continue to deal with him. But I don't think that we should be, really, diverted at the moment from the primary mission, which is to go after the Taliban regime and Osama bin Laden and Afghanistan. And we can talk about where the trail leads later.
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